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Chicago White Sox 2015 Trade Value Deadline Preview

The Chicago White Sox are in a race for dead last in the AL and as such, should undoubtedly be sellers before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline. While Rick Hahn has repeatedly said that he and the organization believes in this team, sadly, their play on the field dictates moves should be made very soon. While the Sox do not have as many valuable assets as some may think, there is room for some wheeling ...

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Chris Sale upset about postgame question regarding White Sox offense

Make that eight straight losses for the Chicago White Sox after the Texas Rangers scored two runs in the ninth on Friday against closer David Robertson. With a losing streak in tact and the team reeling, tensions are starting to mount. Some fans are calling for Robin Ventura's job, while others are throwing out trade rumors since the White Sox will likely be sellers at this year's deadline. But after Friday ...

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Chicago White Sox need to start considering major trades

  Champion professional sports teams are built on consistency. Just look at our Chicago Blackhawks or the San Antonio Spurs. Consistency is their calling cards. If you can consistently do your job, put in the work, function as a team and perform at your highest level as much as possible, your team will be successful. Sadly, the White Sox have been anything but. The 2015 White Sox have been defined by t ...

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Chicago Baseball Round-Up: Opening Week worries

Let’s overreact to the first week of baseball! The White Sox are 2-4 and scuffled plenty in Kansas City, but started pulling it together over the weekend, winning their last two games against Minnesota. The Cubs are steady, swinging and missing more than they’d like but their pitching staff has yet to yield more than five runs in a game and it’s allowed their bats to play catch-up. So, a quick round-up of l ...

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Chris Sale to miss three weeks with right foot fracture

The Chicago White Sox have announced that starting pitcher Chris Sale will miss three weeks with a fracture in his right foot. https://twitter.com/CSNHayes/status/571728725915516928 The ace pitcher suffered the accident in his home, but declined to provide the full cause of the accident. White Sox GM Rick Hahn only said that Sale suffered the injury landing wrong on his truck. Sale's status for Opening Day ...

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Chris Sale wins Final Vote; Will be in All-Star Game

It looks like Chris Sale will be in Minnesota after-all. The Chicago White Sox pitcher was snubbed during the initial roster but has won the "Final Vote" contest and will be on the American League roster. Sale won the All-Star MVP during last years game at Citi Field in New York. He will join teammates Jose Abreu and Alexei Ramirez who are making their first trips to the game. White Sox fans showed their su ...

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Will White Sox Saturday struggles continue, Eaton returns

The White Sox calls in their ace in the hole in star pitcher Chris Sale in hopes to finally come out with a win on a Saturday when the team go head to head with the Toronto Blue Jays (45-37). Sale was coming off of an injury before his last two starts in which his pitches have been hit more than usual in which he allowed 11 hits which is the pitchers career high as well as a career low of three K's in six i ...

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Pitching could cost the White Sox in long run

By Joshua Chapman When looking across the landscape of MLB contenders, one notices a very particular pattern: great pitching. From the A’s to the Dodgers, from the Tigers to the Nationals, every serious contender has a good pitching staff, from the starters to the bullpen. For as long as I can remember, the White Sox have had good starting pitching. The bullpen? Well that changes from year to year, but the ...

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White Sox Takeaways from Opening Week

(Photo: Jerry Lai, USA TODAY Sports) So, it’s been a week since Opening Day and I have a lot on my mind.. like how I want to try the new Comiskey waffle sandwich & bacon on a stick, or wondering when Ken Harrelson is going to throw someone out of the broadcast booth. But here are my main thoughts from the first week. Add your takeaways  in the comment section! -- I get this is a “rebuilding year”… but r ...

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White Sox dodge sweep when Tigers come to town

(Photo: Charles Rex Arbogast, AP--Miguel Cabrera) After losing the series to their division rivals the Chicago White Sox (40-59), the Detroit Tigers (56-45) came to U.S. Cellular with a must-win attitude. And unfortunately for the Sox, who had just come off a successful run against the leading Atlanta Braves, the Tigers succeeded in taking 3 out of 4 games in this week’s series. Monday, July 22—Tigers 7, Wh ...

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